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Thread: Wilbers suspension service

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    Wilbers suspension service

    I've noticed that there are lots of people have fitted Wilbers suspension to their bikes. The warranty on the units is five years and they suggest a service after two years use. Has anybody had their units serviced; after what mileage and did they feel it was necessary?

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    Did mine after 27000 miles. They weren't leaking and still felt like they were performing to spec, but as I had the bike on the bench for a service and deep clean, I thought I may as well set them up for a few more years.
    Sent them via courier to Revs Racing on Monday, had them serviced and returned to me by Thursday afternoon of the same week!
    Alan R

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